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Gweru residents spend 3 months with refuse

Gweru Residents and Ratepayers Association executive director, Cornelius Selipiwe said council’s failure to collect refuse had resulted in the proliferation of dumping sites in the Midlands city.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 18, 2022
Workers must reclaim stolen rights
Workers must reclaim stolen rights

It was Karl Marx who once argued that capital and labour cannot cohabit, one must vanquish the other. Adam Smith, the father of economics saw an invisible hand that must determine the price, be it of a commodity or labour.

By The Standard Aug. 8, 2015
Man kills friend over movie

A MAN from Donnington West in Bulawayo allegedly killed his friend following a dispute over the language used by characters in a movie they were watching.

By The Standard Aug. 8, 2015
Taxi driver under fire for labelling woman HIV-positive

A BULAWAYO taxi driver has landed himself in trouble after he allegedly insulted a vendor, labelling her as an HIV-positive prostitute.

By The Standard Jun. 23, 2015
Inquest opens on child electrocution in Mahatshula

AN INQUEST into the death of a five-year-old child who was allegedly shocked to death by electricity at a house in Mahatshula North sometime in September 2013 has been opened at the Bulawayo Magistrates’ Courts with relatives of the child being called to explain circumstances surrounding the toddler’s demise.

By The Standard May. 15, 2015
400 expected at ZITF conference

The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company will host the annual international business conference on April 29 to explore ways the country could stimulate exports.

By The Standard Apr. 21, 2015
Maid helps ‘prophet’ rape boss’ daughter

A Bulawayo maid allegedly helped a “prophet” to rape her 15-year-old daughter after claiming that she was possessed with evil spirits.

By The Standard Apr. 11, 2015
Lawyers offer free services

LAWYERS drawn from all law firms in Bulawayo will offer free individual legal counselling to members of the public at the Old Pumula Youth Centre on Saturday, starting from 8am to 4pm.

By The Standard and Newsday Oct. 17, 2014
Matopo villagers conned

A group of villagers from Matopo in Matabeleland South was allegedly conned of large amounts of money by a company that supplied them with chicks that died within 24 hours of delivery.

By The Standard and Newsday Aug. 18, 2014
Byo City residents win big

A NUMBER of Bulawayo residents yesterday walked away with different prizes in the Vaseline Winter Warmer Promotion draw held at OK supermarkets

By The Standard and Newsday Jun. 15, 2014
Worker choked to death by maize

A MAN employed by National Foods in Bulawayo died on Monday morning after his colleagues opened a valve of a wagon carrying maize while he was still inside resulting in him being choked to death by the grain.

By The Southern Eye Mar. 19, 2014
Witchcraft tools shock New Lobengula residents

A NEW Lobengula suburb woman got the shock of her life on Friday morning when she found some “witchcraft trading tools” stacked by her gate.

By The Southern Eye Feb. 16, 2014
Entumbane man hangs self

A 30-YEAR-OLD Entumbane man is suspected to have committed suicide on Saturday night after being found hanging from a tree yesterday morning.

By The Southern Eye Jan. 20, 2014
Ingwebu gives cheer to customers

THREE lucky Bulawayo residents on Saturday won prizes ranging from a car to a television set during the Ingwebu Breweries grand summer competition draw dubbed 100 Years Siburorotha S’jaiva Sonke.

By The Southern Eye Jan. 20, 2014
Nust demands full payment upfront

THE National University of Science and Technology (Nust) is demanding full fee payment before students can register for the second semester this year.

By The Southern Eye Jan. 19, 2014
BURIED IN STYLE

A SOUTH African family caused a stir in Bulawayo and Tsholotsho on Friday after they chartered a private jet and two helicopters to attend a funeral of a nonagenarian at Nemane village.

By The Southern Eye Jan. 12, 2014
South Africa accident victims buried

FIVE of the six Zimbabweans, who died in South Africa last week after a Harare-bound bus was involved in a head-on collision with a small car on the N1 Highway between Polokwane and Beitbridge, were buried in Kezi over the weekend.

By The Southern Eye Dec. 2, 2013
Govt programme boon for school dropouts

THE Accelerated Learning Programme (ALP) introduced by the Primary and Secondary Education ministry has seen more than 100 school dropouts returning to school in Bulawayo.

By The Southern Eye Nov. 19, 2013
Dunlop, Rubber Plastic workers down tools.

WORKERS from two Bulawayo tyre manufacturing companies — Dunlop Zimbabwe and Rubber Plastic are on strike over unpaid wages and low salaries and have vowed not to return to work until their plight is addressed.

By The Southern Eye Jul. 14, 2013